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Sat 02 Mar 2024

The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World (and other less consequential bivalves)

FM(U)otW(aolcb) is the web version of the MUSSEL Project Database. Follow the links to browse the data or use the custom Google search field. Either way, you win!

This page reports the specimens in the MUSSELpdb and provides a map if geocodes are known. The taxonomic history reports the record of different names and combinations that have been applied to this species (and its synonyms) since 2007.

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Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Pleurobemini | Fusconaia

species Fusconaia masoni (Conrad, 1834): specimens
     12 nominal species as synonyms

Taxonomic History (since 2007)

Fusconaia masoniGraf & Cummings (2007), Burdick & White (2007), Williams et al. (2008), Cummings & Graf (2010), ..., Graf & Cummings (2021), Bolotov et al. (2022), Hopper et al. (2023), Hauck et al. (2023)
Lexingtonia subplanaGraf & Cummings (2007), Cummings & Graf (2010), ITIS (2012), Jones (2015)
Lexingtonia utriculaGraf & Cummings (2007), Cummings & Graf (2010)
Fusconaia subplanaBogan (2010)

Range: Ogeechee River north to the James, southern Atlantic Slope, USA.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


USA

specimen
USNM_85698

Abbeville District, S.C.

specimen
USNM_85172

N.C.

specimen
USNM_84545

Black Cr., N.C.

specimen
USNM_84548

Roanoke R., Weldon, N.C.

specimen
USNM_84782

S.C.

specimen
USNM_149651

Neuse Riv., Raleigh, N.C.


unknown

specimen
BMNH_1965150

Loc._ ?

   

Genbank Vouchers

USA

UF_438289 (COI, ND1, ITS1, 5.8S) USA, North Carolina, Halifax County, Little Fishing Creek, just below SR1338 (Fishing Creek Rd) bridge (36.186, -77.8759)

UF_438274 (COI, ND1, ITS1, 5.8S) USA, North Carolina, Person County, Deep Creek, 300-500 m downstream of Smith Rd crossing (36.23687, -78.88857)

 

NCSM-H (COI, ND1)

Fmas_01_VA_NT (COI)

Page updated: 11:36:54 Sat 02 Mar 2024

 
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